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TRAVEL GUIDE: WEST VIRGINIA


From mountain biking and rock climbing to skiing and snow boarding, West Virginia hosts an enormous array of action sports. But with Civil War battlefields, historic mining towns and landmark bridges, this scenic state attracts more than just adrenaline junkies.

THE OUTDOORS IN LUXURY
The Greenbrier

Imagine any holiday activity and you're likely to find it on this gorgeous 6,500-acre property. Along with standards such as tennis and swimming, guests can enjoy falconry, skeet shooting, trout fishing, bowling, daily concerts, cooking classes and first-run movies.

A trip to the picturesque mountains of West Virginia will surely rejuvenate the soul, but for the ultimate in pampering, visit The Greenbrier in White Sulpher Springs.

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TAKE A HIKE
Monongahela National Forest
Five major rivers and hundreds of streams converge in Monongahela, one of the East Coast's biggest forests. Wildlife spotting and fly fishing are popular activities, but with more than 500 hiking trails to explore, let your feet do some walking.

ALL ABOUT ACTION
Outdoors in the Mountain State

Year-round adventure is the name of the game in West Virginia. Get wet while white water rafting or kayaking, or explore Applachia by mountain bike.

BOOK A ROOM
Hotels in West Virginia
They say there is nothing like Southern hospitality. Make sure you don't miss out by selecting a hotel that treats its customers right. Peruse these hotel reviews, ratings and photos before reserving a room.

Hampton Inn Morgantown


Guides for other parts of the world

 
(Updated: 05/23/12 KK)

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